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Old 08-31-2010, 03:59 PM   #21
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I'd like to commit to a bag of 2-row, please



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Old 08-31-2010, 04:08 PM   #22
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Count me in for a bag of 2 row and a bag of pilsner.
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I think I got them. Please pm as well, it's much easier for me to keep track of. Thanks.


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Old 08-31-2010, 06:27 PM   #23
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Hey Mike, I am right across the line from you. I am going to chat with one of my neighbors this week. If he want to go in, I think we may be able to make it worthwhile for all of us.
Sounds good. I work in IL.
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Old 08-31-2010, 07:04 PM   #24
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Sounds good. I work in IL.
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Old 08-31-2010, 07:16 PM   #25
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Any takers for splitting a bag of BZ-munich?

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Old 08-31-2010, 07:35 PM   #26
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Getting very, very close. I'm gonna finalize the spreadsheet today, based on getting a full order. There is still a couple of items that need to be addressed:

We still need a delivery location. Anybody have any recommendations? This will have to determined before the order is placed so we can get an accurate quote. Also, they charge an additional $95.00 for delivery to a non-business address.

Last order, mikethepoolguy got hosed due to someone backing out. He was nice enough to follow through with his order so the as to not jeopardize the entire thing. I want to give him and bull a chance to get in on this order. I'm willing to forego one of my bags....anybody else willing?

I think I have everyones orders...please check the spreadsheet later this afternoon or tonight to make sure I haven't omitted anyone. Don't worry about the final price yet...I won't know it until we have the delivery location set.

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Is there such a thing as getting too much grain? Per Reelale:

Last order, mikethepoolguy got hosed due to someone backing out. He was nice enough to follow through with his order so the as to not jeopardize the entire thing. I want to give him and bull a chance to get in on this order. I'm willing to forego one of my bags....anybody else willing?

How many can fit on a pallet? Is there a fee for a second pallet? I would like 2or 3 bags.
To make it worth while that is, with the added expense of milage.

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Is there such a thing as getting too much grain? Per Reelale:

Last order, mikethepoolguy got hosed due to someone backing out. He was nice enough to follow through with his order so the as to not jeopardize the entire thing. I want to give him and bull a chance to get in on this order. I'm willing to forego one of my bags....anybody else willing?

How many can fit on a pallet? Is there a fee for a second pallet? I would like 2or 3 bags.
To make it worth while that is, with the added expense of milage.
Yes, 42 bags is the max for a pallet. Each pallet costs $155.00 for freight. We'll hook you up, still waiting on replies.
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Got 2 spaces, waiting for more. And then there is always the ones who order but not pay....just saying. Workin on it.

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Getting very, very close. I'm gonna finalize the spreadsheet today, based on getting a full order. There is still a couple of items that need to be addressed:

We still need a delivery location. Anybody have any recommendations? This will have to determined before the order is placed so we can get an accurate quote. Also, they charge an additional $95.00 for delivery to a non-business address.

Last order, mikethepoolguy got hosed due to someone backing out. He was nice enough to follow through with his order so the as to not jeopardize the entire thing. I want to give him and bull a chance to get in on this order. I'm willing to forego one of my bags....anybody else willing?

I think I have everyones orders...please check the spreadsheet later this afternoon or tonight to make sure I haven't omitted anyone. Don't worry about the final price yet...I won't know it until we have the delivery location set.
you can ditch my bag of BP-Mopa..

also i really appreciate you setting this all up.


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